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This is eerily reminiscent of a health insurance company (CIGNA?) campaign. Except that one had a few shots of people clearly riding against traffic. My only complaint about this one is the sidewalk riding.

Am I the only one who finds it vaguely ironic that a posting about an anarchist cycling protest is followed by a post entitled "Cycling Not Weird"?

Mixed messages, anyone?


Mixed messages are the sign of a healthy social movement. Very briefly, the "anarchists" get attention (which helps if the so-called problem is seen as such by a typical person). They also make the reasonable voices seem that much more appealing.

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